Cass Holland, a beverage cart driver at Chimera Golf Club, shows off her service skills and daily life to her nearly 3 million online followers.
A local tech company is taking the music festival experience — and the fans’ wallets — beyond the audience and to the clubs, restaurants and VIP spots across the city.
Jet.AI is set to launch an app that uses ChatGPT technology to make the process of booking private jet flights easier and create more efficiency for operators.
The economic impact of hosting the Super Bowl and the upcoming Raiders season is expected to be over $1 billion.
Corporate interests and big businesses may dominate on the Strip, but some of the country’s favorite mom-and-pop shops are located in Las Vegas, according to a new survey by Yelp and Entrepreneur.
The company received $250,000 worth of resources from Google to help expand the company’s medication delivery business to six new markets across the country.
Clean & Green Landscape won a $100,000 sponsorship deal with the Las Vegas Raiders, which the company will use to promote water conservation efforts.
The company has been operating its remotely driven cars on roads in Las Vegas for the past year.
The Birthday Suit, a Las Vegas waxing spa, has been open for the last 12 years but has begun a quest for national expansion in the last year.
Store custom builds unique one-of-a-kind furniture for clients who want to express themselves through their home furnishings.
Las Vegas-based startup Emulait launched its customized baby bottles in March and has a waitlist of 50,000 customers, according to founder and CEO Shilo Ben Zeev.
UNLV professor Pradip Bhowmik invented a fire retardant polymer that reduces the likelihood of lithium-ion batteries catching fire, which can be crucial as more electric vehicles hit the road.
Filings show the Tesla CEO and owner of Twitter is listed as director of X Holdings Corp., X Corp. and X.AI Corp.
Workbnb is working on the beta launch of its online platform for traveling workers that would list 9,000 properties in 40 states.
Las Vegas ranked as one of the best cities for startups to operate, beating out more popular tech-centered destinations such as Seattle and Austin, Texas.